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Â During a survey of the Garanga wetland of Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, Scaphula deltae Blanford (Mollusca: Bivalvia) was recorded for the first time.Â Most examples were found over Lamellidens corrianus (Lea) in a firmly attested position.Â Some were also found clinging to the roots of Eichhornia crassipes.Â These findings establish a new record of freshwater mollusc association in the study area.Â Some of the physico-chemical parameters of the study area were also investigated.Â
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